Civil War Memorial may refer to:
- African American Civil War Memorial
- U Street (WMATA station), which contains "African-American Civil War Memorial/Cardozo" in its subtitle.
- Civil War Memorial (Adrian, Michigan)
- Civil War Memorial (Sycamore, Illinois)
- Civil War Memorial (Webster, Massachusetts)
- Jewish Civil War Memorial (Cincinnati, Ohio)
Other articles related to "war, civil war memorial, memorial, civil war":
... The continent became a battlefield of the Cold War in the late 20th century ... Cold War doctrine of "National Security" against internal subversion ... Argentina and Britain fought the Falklands War in 1982 ...
1777 – American Revolutionary War New Connecticut (present day Vermont) declares its independence. 1815 – War of 1812 American frigate USS President, commanded by Commodore Stephen Decatur, is captured by a squadron of four British frigates. 1822 – Greek War of Independence Demetrios Ypsilantis is elected president of the legislative assembly ...
... The 1974 Illinois Historic Sites Survey Inventory found the DeKalb County Civil War Memorial significant in the areas of military and sculpture ... At the time of the 1974 survey, the memorial was considered in "excellent" and "not altered" condition ... The Civil War Memorial is listed as a contributing property to the Sycamore Historic District ...
... related to the relationship with the outside world in the post-Second World War were The Korean War The Vietnam War The Indonesia–Malaysia ...
... The Civil War Memorial, in the DeKalb County county seat of Sycamore, Illinois, United States, is located in front of the DeKalb County Courthouse on a public square ... The memorial was erected in 1896 and dedicated in 1897 ... The structure is a memorial to the thousands of DeKalb County residents who served in the American Civil War ...
Famous quotes containing the words civil war, memorial, civil and/or war:
“They have been waiting for us in a foetor
Of vegetable sweat since civil war days,
Since the gravel-crunching, interminable departure
Of the expropriated mycologist.”
—Derek Mahon (b. 1941)
“When I received this [coronation] ring I solemnly bound myself in marriage to the realm; and it will be quite sufficient for the memorial of my name and for my glory, if, when I die, an inscription be engraved on a marble tomb, saying, Here lieth Elizabeth, which reigned a virgin, and died a virgin.”
—Elizabeth I (15331603)
and his bell-cheeked Negro infantry
on St. Gaudens shaking Civil War relief,
propped by a plank splint against the garages earthquake.”
—Robert Lowell (19171977)
“Yes; quaint and curious war is!
You shoot a fellow down
Youd treat if met where any bar is,
Or help to half-a-crown.”
—Thomas Hardy (18401928)